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Welcome to All About Motability from TrustFord
Here at TrustFord, we pride ourselves on providing impartial, free guidance and advice on the Motability Scheme if you, or someone you care for, receives the Higher Rate Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment, War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement or Armed Forces Independence Payment.
Our trained and accredited specialists understand you may have specific needs that might differ to those of any customer we might have met previously, and offer award-winning personalised service and advice to help achieve worry-free motoring for you.
Above all, we understand that every one of us is different. We recognise that Motability will mean something different to every single person on the scheme.
Below, you’ll find articles about everything from advice on how to choose the right Motability car for your needs to inspirational day trips to get the most out of your new car.
For more information about how Motability works, be sure to check out our Motability Explained section.
Understanding Invisible Disabilities:Not all disabilities are visible. Discover how invisible disabilities like epilepsy affect mobility and driving, and the difference a Motability car can make.
How TrustFord Helps You:Choosing a new Motability car is a big decision. TrustFord’s trained specialists are on hand to provide all the information you need to find your perfect vehicle. Read how TrustFord can help you here.
Motability Jargon Buster:New to Motability? Learn how the Motability Scheme works as well as a full breakdown of key Motability terms you need to know.
Ethan's Story:When Ethan was diagnosed with leukaemia, the Motability scheme came to the rescue. His father Gordon spoke to the Motability Specialists at TrustFord Craigavon and found a car that made a huge difference to their lives. Read Ethan’s story here.
Great European Holidays for a Motability DriverThanks to ferry routes and the Eurotunnel, it’s easy to bring your own car on holiday with you. We cover everything you need to know about taking your Motability vehicle to Europe.
Why taking your Motability car makes for a stress-free breakHaving your own vehicle opens up a world of opportunities. Your car is a personal space you can adapt to your needs, choose your own route and travel in at your own.
How to choose your Motability vehicle: from family cars to city runabouts.Ready to start your Motability car search? This article talks you through the numerous cars available on Motability and helps you decide which is right for your lifestyle.
The best optional extras for your Motability vehicle So you’ve chosen your vehicle. Now’s the time to pick the optional car extras. From Motability cars with sat nav to rear cameras and parking sensors, this is how you really make it feel yours.
Helpful advice for travelling with an autistic childIf you have a child with autism, you’ll know that long journeys can be tricky to manage. We put together our best advice for parents of children around autism and driving.
Top family days out for TrustFord Motability scheme users Once you’ve got your Motability vehicle, you’re all set to explore the open road. Why not try one of our fun family days out? Whether you’d like to explore nature or delve into history, we’ve got a great accessible activity that should be right up your street.
Pet Peeves for Motability scheme drivers: honking horns and one-way chaos Ever wondered what causes road rage in people? Wonder no more. We tackle a few of the crazy things people do while driving, then help road users – including Motability drivers – learn how to react, as well as improve their own bad driving habits.
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We'll even bring your vehicle to your nearest TrustFord dealership.
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